Spin Master is probably best known for its line of Air Hogs RC vehicles, but the company also has prior experience with recreating fictional spacecraft in drone form.
The rotors are encased in a lightweight, sturdy plastic casing made to resemble the saucer section of the NCC-1701-A. Sure, it's not the classic Enterprise from the original television series (NCC-1701), but it's sleeker profile should be familiar to anyone who's watched any of the first six Star Trek films.
The saucer casing is an open framework so the rotors can function, making the drone sort of resemble a ship under construction. All of the essential features are still there: The bridge on top, windows along the edge and of course, the ship's name and serial number prominently displayed on the top front. The drive section of the starship is recreated in lightweight foam with light-up warp nacelles. The unit also packs in a number of sound effects, including the Enterprise's distinctive phaser and warp sounds.
Boldly go where no drone has gone before with the Air Hogs Star Trek Enterprise NCC-1701-A. With an integrated light system, 10+ authentic sounds, and advanced quadcopter technology, the RC Enterprise lets users explore space with smooth and stable flight. Pull the trigger on the remote control to initiate warp drives.
Air Hogs Star Trek Enterprise includes a 50th anniversary collector's display stand, and USB charge cable.